Monthly Archives: September 2010
A new state safe driving law that took effect today prohibits all drivers from texting while driving and prohibits anyone under 18 from all cell phone use while driving.
Oak Bluffs selectmen convened a joint meeting with the town finance and advisory committee (FinCom) Tuesday, to begin discussions on the fiscal 2012 budget.
Loving husband, father of four, and grandfather of eight, Robert Carl Palmer Jr.
The YMCA of Martha's Vineyard invites swimmers ages 6 to 18 to try out for the swim team.
The MVRHS golf team won its seventh match of the season at Sandwich Hollows by defeating Chatham, 28.
State Police Monday asked an Edgartown District Court magistrate to find cause to charge the man who they believe supplied alcohol to a group of underage girls last summer, prior to a fatal automobile accident.
Intro Test A Adult: 1st Mary Ann Brock 64.
Sailing Sonars, 23-foot one-design keelboats, Paul Wilson of Vineyard Haven, representing the Vineyard Haven Yacht Club (VHYC), won the U.
The Vineyard FC Masters over-40 soccer team suffered its first loss of the season to the Foxboro Warthogs, Sunday, at Foxboro, 3-1.
At a joint meeting Tuesday, Oak Bluffs and Tisbury selectmen agreed to get information and help from the state Department of Revenue on how the two towns might join police departments.
Jessie Little Doe Baird of Aquinnah and Mashpee has been named a MacArthur Fellow by the John D.
Teams of female bishops proved too much for the ladies of the Vineyard, Saturday.
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Dave Russell and Friends return to Island Co-Housing in West Tisbury on Friday, Oct.
My family and I would like to wholeheartedly thank police Chief Bettencourt, fire Chief Peter Shemeth, the Edgartown Police Department and the Edgartown Fire Department for their timely and effective response to the fire at our house early Monday morning, caused by an act of arson.
Martha's Vineyard business leaders who credit successful branding with helping them develop their companies will be the focus of a panel discussion on Tuesday, October 5 at the Harbor View Hotel presented by the Martha's Vineyard Women's Network.
Animated tale of two anthropomorphic wolves, the bossy Kate (Alpha) and good-time Humphrey (Omega), who are trying to get home where rival packs threaten war.
John Powers, West Tisbury health agent, got the all-clear Tuesday from the state Department of Environmental Protection.
"Oh, the excitement when a school of bonito or blues would go splashing by.
The Oak Bluffs Association (OBA) recently received a strongly worded warning from an attorney who threatened legal action if the group continues to produce and distribute a Martha's Vineyard tourist map similar to one published by Resort Maps franchisee Jill Keating.